[Unlock] SunRocket InnoMedia MTA6328-2Re ATA
Is the info at »gizmopasswords.blogspot.com/ reliable regarding how to log into this device? If not, is there a better source for the user name and password that are asked for? I have reset the ATA by holding in the button for 15 seconds with power on, removing power for 15 seconds and re-applying the power.
Given that Sunrocket has been dead for several years I don't see how those passwords could have changed.
What have you tried so far ?
|reply to daveinpoway |
If "admin" / "slapshot", "Admin" / "slapshot" and "Admin" / "password" (without the quotes) all don't work, connect by telnet and try:
If you get in, use the Cw command to set a new username and password. You should then be able to use the web interface with your new credentials.
Thanks for that info. I will try the telnet approach in a day or so (too busy with other stuff right now).
|reply to Stewart |
It turns out that "admin" / "slapshot" enabled me to log into the telnet configuration ("InnoMedia" / "InnoMediaInfoGate3020" did not work). I used the "Cw" command to set the username to "admin" and the password to "password".
These words will now enable me to log into the telnet interface, but they will not enable access to the web interface. I tried the "R" (reset) telnet command- still unable to get into the web interface. I tried the Camino, Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, and Safari browsers on my Mac (in case there is some sort of browser incompatibility)- no success. Could the web interface be locked out somehow? If so, how do I unlock it?
Since I am asked for the username and password and am told that what I entered is incorrect, I am definitely communicating with the ATA, but it will not accept the info that I entered.
Try going to http://<ATA IP address>/Voice_adminPage.htm and logging in from there (URL is case sensitive).
I've seen some posts saying that the WAN port must be connected -- try hooking it to a disconnected router, so it doesn't have Internet access.
OK- the Voice_adminPage enabled me to see the configuration pages; the WAN port did not need to be connected. Thank you for that tip.
Checking around, it appears that no updated firmware is available for this model. Any links that I found which provided any firmware are expired.
There are firmware files at »18.104.22.168/INNOMEDIA/software/
The directory will view as blank; add file names such as
sip6328.img_V3079 (AFAIK, the latest) or
sip6328.img_V3077 (the last one I had used).
Thanks for that info. I guess the company must have changed their minds- older discussions I saw indicated that they would not be releasing any generic firmware for this model.
According to the administrative manual, there are 3 software files in the ATA- DSP Code, BBS and SIP Stack. I assume the files that you referenced are for the SIP Stack; were any BBS and DSP Code updates ever issued?
The above referenced files are hosted at TeleBlend and are somewhat customized for "SunRocket". IMO, none of the customizations should cause trouble with other services, though some limitations that are also present in the generic firmware might be problematic, e.g. you probably can't register the two ports to different providers.
Each file is a complete firmware load; you will find three gzip headers. You can break up the file at the header boundaries and gunzip all three firmware segments. The firmware is not encrypted or obfuscated.
I have one of these ATAs laying around here and was unaware of the firmware update. Have you used these and if so what is the difference with the latest. Bug fixes ect?
Through V3077, the fixes were related to security, quality and features such as call waiting and 3-way calling. There were none that added anything to the UI. I have not tried V3079 and my unit, like yours, is just gathering dust.
I seem to recall some discussions I came across involving TeleBlend and this model ATA, but I don't recall the details.
|reply to Stewart |
Is there any way to tell at what offset the segments need to be flashed at ? I have JTAGed my MTA3328 but idiotically flashed unziped image file.
Thanks a lot